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Tag Archives: inside out
A new exhibit focused on the concept art of Pixar’s next film “Inside Out” is now open in the production gallery of the Magic of Disney Animation at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In addition to five marquette statues, there’s plenty of … Continue reading
It’s March and college basketball fans are looking forward to a fantastic NCAA Tournament. Pixar wants to share that its upcoming animated feature “Inside Out” features it’s own special brand of madness with this new TV Spot: Definitely an emotional … Continue reading
Meet the cast from Pixar’s Inside Out: Amy Poehler as Joy, Bill Hader as Fear, Mindy Kaling as Disgust, Phyllis Smith as Sadness, and Lewis Black as Anger. Amy Poehler comes from a improvisational comedy background and is known for … Continue reading
A new trailer for Inside Out was revealed today and it gives us our best look yet. It seems Joy and Sadness are going to be separated from the rest of Riley’s emotions. Going on a journey that will take … Continue reading